Monument consisting of two apartments, two studios and four student rooms with a total user surface of 273.50 m² (according to NEN-2580) located in the center of Leiden.
The object is equipped with authentic cross windows and festoon as top decoration. The first floor had several uses over the centuries, such as carpentry store of D. Stigter and Son. Between 2012-2013 the store on the first floor was transformed into two independent apartments. On the second floor two studios were realized and on the second and third floor about four student rooms.
The property is located in the vibrant heart of Leiden, between the Plantsoenpark, the Katoenpark and various residential, work, shopping and hospitality facilities. Within walking distance are various possibilities for the use of public transport.
Leiden is known as a student city. Leiden University is also the oldest university in the Netherlands. It is also a tourist attraction thanks to the nationally known museums and the historic center with canals, monumental buildings and almshouses. The nickname is "The Key City", referring to the key in the city's coat of arms.
The apartments, studios and student rooms have been rented out for an indefinite period of time and the property will be sold as is.
The property has an annual net rental income of EUR 47,082.12. Tenants pay a service charge component on top of the basic rent.
An overview of the rental agreements and costs is available on request.